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This soothing ingredient comes from a tree with a dark brown to reddish-dark brown bark typically found in Ontario, Canada or Eastern to Central United States. As an anti-inflammatory, it's known to help with irritable bowels and is also great for heartburn and overall heart health.
Slippery Elm Bark can also help to treat things like Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) because it helps by soothing inflammation in the lining of the urinary tract.
Often found in diet teas and detoxes, Senna is a natural laxative that comes from fruit, flowers and leaves. As a general laxative, it's often used by people who are preparing for colonoscopies. It helps stimulate the colon to release build-up quickly and effectively. It's also sometimes used to help ease the symptoms of hemorrhoids.
The primary active ingedient in ginger is gingerol, an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant. Antioxdants help to fight off free radicals, which come from cellular waste that's built-up over time. Free radicals are responsible for many serious diseases and illnesses such as many cancers.
Ginger is also known to treat naseau and morning sickness and can also help with things like healthy weight management, osteoarthrits, blood sugar management and more.
Prior to antibiotics being discovered in 1921, Uva Ursi was used to treat many symptoms including Urinary Tract Infection (UTI). The Tannins inside Uva Ursi have anti-bacterial properties that also help with inflammation.
Buckthorn bark comes from the rhamnus frangula tree and is cured for a year or treated with heat before its bioavailable for consuption. Traditionally, this is used as an herbal laxative because it contains 1,8-dihydroxy-anthracene derivatives.
These are compounds that help to stimulate the nerve cells in the gastrointestinal tract (GI). It also has anti-inflammatory properties, making it great for things like heart health, irritable bowels, urinary tract irritation and more.
Dandelions are packed with nutrients, from the roots to its flower. This is more than just a brightly-colored flower you see in fields on occasion. Dandelions have numerous health benefits. For starters, they're loaded with Vitamins A, B. C, E, and K. Along with trace amounts of Vitamin B. Plus, they're folate, iron, calcium, potassium and magnesium.
They're super antioxidant, meaning that they fight off cellular-damaging free radicals that build up over time. Plus, they're anti-inflammatory, helping with heart health. Plus, they aid in the management of blood sugar and reducing blood sugar levels. Of course, they're also great for digestive health, and aids in easing things like gas, bloating, constipation and irritable bowels.
Burdock root is found in Asia and Europe. It's a vegetable that has powerful antioxidant properties. Antioxidants help fight free radicals that come from cellular waste built-up over time. Free radicals are the source of many major diseases and illnesses. The super-antioxidant power comes from the quercetin, luteolin, and phenolic acid found in burdock root.
Burdock root also helps to eliminate toxins from the blood stream, and helps to fight off the development of certain types of cancers. Plus, it's helpful for skin health issues.
Black walnuts have anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, making them great for helping to fight off numerous diseases and illnesses. The anti-inflammatory properties also make them great for heart health. Black walnuts also contain tannins, which help in the reduction of blood pressure. Plus, the Omega-3 fatty acids inside black walnuts may help to improve the risk of heart disease.
Plus, the healthy fats loaded in black walnuts help to fight off hunger pains and help you feeling fuller for longer.
Bentonite clay comes from volcanic ashes that are aged. It's great for the absorption of toxins in our body, which aids in numerous areas such as gut health, skiun health, digestion, illness-fighting and more.
Cape aloe is a close cousin to aloe vera. Like aloe vera, it is moisturizing for the skin and helps to counteract dry skin. It's also very rich in antioxidants, which protects against dangerous free radicals that build up over time due to cellular waste and damage.
Cape aloe is also great for healing wounds and skin health because it helps to accelerate the production of collagen in the body.
Cascara Sagrada has been used as an herbal remedy to help treat constipation and overall digestive health problems like bloating, gas and irritable bowels. It comes from the bark of a tree found in the United States.
It contains a laxative that helps to stimulate the instestinatl tract, moving material along the instesines and out. The laxative properties come from a chemical it contains called anthraquinones.
Flax seeds have numerous health benefits are very nutrient-dense. They're packed with vitamins, nutrients, fiber, protein and Omega-3 fatty acids. They're used as an anti-inflammatory, making them great for heart health. Plus, they have cancer-fighting properties since they're rich in antioxidants.
Since they're rich in fiber, they're also great for gut health and helping to ease things like constipation and bloating, providing digestive regularity. They also help to lower cholesterol levels, reduce pressure and normalize blood sugar levels.
Cranberries are another powerful source of antixodants, which fight off cancer-causing free radicals. Free radicals are the waste that cells produce over time. However, allowing free radicals to build up can lead to the development of many forms of cancer.
Cranberries are rich in essential vitamins and minerals, and are loaded with Vitamin C, Vitamin K1, Vitamin E, Copper and Manganese.
Peppermint is well known for helping to relieve digestive health issues and provide digestive regularity. It aids with gas, bloating, constipation and irritiable bowels. It's also great for energy, reducing menstrual pains, improving sleep, aiding in weight management, and more.
Turmeric is a very bioavailable compound that provides numerous health benefits. Turmeric is an antioxidant, helping to fight off free radicals, which is the waste created by cellular build-up over time. That cellular build-up can lead to certain forms of cancers and other chronic diseases.
Turmeric is also great for heart health and helping in the prevention of Alzheimer's disease.
Microcrystalline Cellulose is a non-digestible plant-based fiber that helps with gut health. The most important function of Microcrystalline Cellulose is to act as a filler to help increase the weight and consistency of a supplement.
Not only does Microcrystalline Cellulose help with gut health issues by helping to increase digestive regularity, it also helps with lipid metabolism, lowering cholesterol levels, and more.
This is another form of dietary fiber that helps with the reduction of cholesterols, prevention of heart disease, and lowering the risks of certain types of cancers and diabetes.
Vegetable Cellulose is naturally an anti-inflammatory, which is how it aids in the prevention of numerous inflammation-related diseases in the heart, and even in the reduction of strokes and other illnesses. It also helps to reduce blood pressure.
Magnesium Stearate is a filler ingredient that helps to avoid other active ingredients from sticking together. This helps provide quality and consistency to supplements.
Similar to Magnesium Stearate, Silicon Dioxide is another anti-caking ingredient, helping to avoid other ingredients from sticking together. This and Magnesium Stearate are known as "flow agents" that help to provide consistency and quality to supplements.
GoBiotix Detox Probiotic FAQ
One serving of GoBiotix Detox Probiotic is loaded with 50 billion CFUs of active probiotics. Plus, it's packed with vitamins, antioxidants, essential nutrients and other ingredients.
The recommended dosage per day of GoBiotix Detox Probiotic is two capsules. And there is a total of 30 days worth packed in the bottle.
GoBiotix Detox Probiotic is best taken at night. As you sleep, it works to help ease gas, bloating and constipation by stimulating the intestinal tract. However, some do prefer to taketake GoBiotix Detox Probiotic in the morning. It can boil down to a matter of preference.
However, taking take GoBiotix Detox Probiotic at night allows 6 to 8 hours or more for it to work on moving material through the inestinal tract.
It's recommended that you take take GoBiotix Detox Probiotic on an empty stomach. Meaning, at least 2 or 3 hours after your last meal. The longer, the better. GoBiotix Detox Probiotic is more bioavailable and will be readily absorbed into the blood stream the less food there is in the stomach.
However, you can take GoBiotix Detox Probiotic, but the results will not be as impressive as taking it on an empty stomach.
When you consume GoBiotix Detox Probiotic, you're getting a supplement packed with probiotics (good bacteria), digestive enzymes and other essential vitamins, nutrients and minerals. These are all designed to help speed the elimination of material from your intestinal tract.
Plus, some of the ingredients, such as Senna, have traditionally been used as detox & cleansing teas.
These ingredients combined are all designed to help reduce gas, bloating, constipation and irritable bowels.
The ingredients in GoBiotix Detox Probiotic are designed to help you poop by stimulating the intestinal tract and also providing more digestive regularity.
GoBiotix Detox Probiotic is a powerful formula, lab-engineered with the highest quality ingredients under strict pharmaceutical-grade guidelines in an FDA-approved facility.
Not only is GoBiotix Detox Probiotic designed to specifically target digestive regularity with 50 billion CFUs of active probiotics, it's also made with real-food ingredients and is 100% non-GMO, keto and vegan.